Prescription VR screens could overcome ill-fitting headsets

Prescription VR screens could overcome ill-fitting headsets

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As the world of virtual reality continues to expand, a crucial downfall faced by many consumers has not been fully addressed — catering to those who wear glasses. As any short and far-sighted user will know, current VR headsets are not particularly accommodating to frames, and often result in an awkward, ill-fitting experience. Aiming to help glasses-wearers equally enjoy VR is EyeNetra, who have developed portable eye-test devices that use a smartphone screen and app to correct vision.

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